What do you need to know about Dissociative Identity Disorder?
If you’ve been reading recent blogs, you are well aware that I am continuing to expand this blog into a bigger community, with even more resource available for dissociative trauma survivors.
So while I’m working on building the new structure, I’d like to hear your input again. I have my ideas, of course, but let’s face it. Unless this blog has the information you need, what’s the point, right?
This is a large resource already, but I’m very sure that there are topics not yet covered. I know lots of topics need expansion — yes, of course. It’s certainly important to know what you want to know more about.
I’m also curious to see if you can show me the topics that haven’t had any exposure at all yet.
What have I forgotten to write about?
These are the kinds of questions I have in mind:
- What do you want to know about Dissociative Identity Disorder, but haven’t been able to find in this blog?
- What do you need to know about Dissociative Identity Disorder, but haven’t been able to find elsewhere?
- What questions do you need answered?
- If you could list five topics that need to be elaborated upon, what are those five topics?
It’s great if you are willing to post your thoughts as a public comment for other readers to see and bounce their own ideas with. I think that’s an important part of the educational experience, and it creates more sharing within the community.
However, I’ve also noticed that these private contact forms have given lots of readers greater willingness and freedom to reply, and because I really do want to hear your thoughts, so I’m happy to include this option as well.
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I wish you the best in your healing journey, and thank you for participating at Discussing Dissociation.
PS: I love the ways these unique groups of mushrooms look like little groups of insiders! Connected together, yet separate from each other. Similar, but each unique. Bigs, littles, some sheltering others, some hiding in the back…
I don’t know about you, but I really like mushrooms. 🙂
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